Signed autographed letter addressed to Émilie MELBOURNE dated February 20, 1948. Signed autographed letter to Émilie MELBOURNE on blue paper.Nothing easier than having a goddaughter: no objection in principle. There is just this funny thing: every time I talked about a goddaughter (real or spiritual) I was always told: Aha!
We know what that means... And that amounts to saying: everything you want to avoid in ridiculous gossip will be aggravated by this case. Because after all, everyone in Paris, moreover, knows, and very honorably, how you came to know me, through Alphonsine DUPLESSIS, also known as the Lady of the Camellias. But it is not necessary to talk about Daniel in the lion's den.It is perfectly natural for Émilie, a scholar of the romantic era, to admit that she knew the old phenomenon that I am. Dimensions: 20.9 x 13.5 cm. Condition: See photos for more details. Number of pages: 2 pages.
Ferdinand-Sigismond Bach, known as Ferdinand Bac or Bac, born on August 15, 1859 in Stuttgart and died on November 18, 1952 in Compiègne, was a French writer, draftsman, caricaturist, decorator, painter, ironworker, landscaper, and lithographer. Autographed letters, old papers, antique books, photographs, engravings, stamps... We appraise and/or purchase your letters, collections of letters, and antique books throughout France. Careful shipping in a rigid and waterproof packaging within three days.Please allow for the usual postal delays. If you are not completely satisfied, return at the seller's expense for Europe. At the buyer's expense for the rest of the world.